Coleman River Gorge 8 Person Tent
There's room for your whole crew in the Coleman® River Gorge 8 Person Tent. With a spacious interior and 6' center height, the River Gorge accommodates eight people and three queen airbeds. The exclusive WeatherTec™ system with patented welded floors and inverted seams provide protection against the elements, while floor vents ensure plenty of air circulation. Plan your escape to the great outdoors in the Coleman® River Gorge Tent!
- Sleeps 8
- Freestanding design for easy setup
- Exclusive WeatherTec™ system features patented welded floors and inverted seams to protect you from the elements
- Floor vents for air circulation
- Spacious interior
- Room for three queen airbeds
- Mesh roof for stargazing and ventilation during fair weather
- Rainfly included
- Dimensions: 204" x 120"
- Center height: 72"
- Style #: 2000017795
Country of Origin: BangladeshWeb ID: 33116996
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 36 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by stargazer Big and Easy The Coleman River Gorge 8 Person Tent was easy to set up and really big inside. Planned to use it for watching the Perseids through the mesh roof but didn't need to since there were no mosquitos that night. Will definitely camp out with the grands in it though. August 19, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kgirl Coleman tent It is a Good tent. It would be better with windows. August 16, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by heatherp huge tent with extra small back I really like this tent however the storage bag is unbelievably small. I can't fit the tent in it and now store my tent in a plastic container. 3 queen airbeds do not fit unless the beds are all touching as well as touching the side walls of the tent. The tent is so tight that the door is hard to zip and unzip. For only paying $120 its well worth the hassle. Very easy to put up. August 2, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by eli05 horrible dont purchase This tent says it fits 3 queen mattresses and it only fits two and the Windows are open all night we were freezing cold all night. When it began to rain all the water was inside. July 21, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nikki425 LOVE IT!! We purchased this tent last week for our camping trip over the weekend. My fiance and I have never put up a tent before. Between him and our 12 year old son, they had it set up in about 20 minutes. It's super spacious and we didn't realize it but it comes with two dividers. It made camping even more exciting for our two boys because they had their own "rooms". I can honestly say this tent is worth every penny spent! We can't wait for our next camping trip!! So glad we made this purchase. Highly recommended! July 15, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by grandma2X Perfect for us to use It was fairly easy to put up, after we figured it out first at home. We put it up at the coast in the wind the first use, despite it being difficult, we got it up. The tent is roomy, and an adult can stand up in the middle. It only rained a little, so I don't know how it would be in a rainstorm. July 6, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by RWCochran Good Value, Good Quality My existing family camping tent was damaged just days before leaving on a family camping vacation, so we needed something large enough for four adults and their gear and readily available in the stores, yet not over priced. This tent won the online search. Here's the run down after eight nights in New England with rain and wind included. Pro's: Easy set-up and take down. Having never had it out of the box before, my adult son and I had no issues setting the tent up not taking it back down three days later when we left for a new location. The second set-up was also easy even though we experienced a "malfunction" of a tent stake grommet/loop. Be aware, the pools are VERY taut when installed, more so then any other dome tent I have used since 1982. This is not a bad thing, but it may have contributed to the rip we experienced in the stake loop. The 17x10 foot print is roomy and comfortably handled four adults and gear for the eight nights. One queen size air mattress in the middle and two individual self-inflating air mats on either side, three large suitcases/duffel bags and all of our extra shoes. There was rain on the second night, all the next day and heavy rain on the third night (worst either my son or I ever remember in all our camping years). Since the tent was brand new, I had not had the opportunity to put seam sealer on it, but I did get to spray the fly and sides with silicone. The only water was very small puddles (nickel or quarter size) in the corners from the seams. I consider this excellent for a new tent based on the volume and nature of the rain. Two other tenting families pulled out in the middle of the night on the third night, that's how hard the rain was. My dirty socks easily wiped up the volume of water we received inside. Cons: I like the six foot center so I can stand (I'm only 5'9"), but it is only the center. My old tent (a 20'x14' dome tent we called it the Tent-Mahal) had enough high ceiling space that you could actually walk around in it some. This is a small, and picky, issue though. There is only one window in the front door and one in the rear. Again, comparing it to my Tent Mahal that had two doors with windows in the front, a door with window on either end and a large window in the rear, I'm being picky as well. Fortunately the weather in New England never got above 75 degrees, so ventilation was not that big of an issue this trip. The heat of summer camping could be when you wish it had more ventilation though. The tent stake grommet/loop I mentioned earlier was another issue. Not sure what happened there, but as we were setting up in the second location, one of the end fabric grommet/loops ripper off of the tent. Interestingly, it did not leave a hole in the tarp material tub, but it did prevent that side from being securely extended for maximum room and to prevent rain from puddling. We were fortunate to only have a light rain on the second day in this location and no puddling occurred. I know they say to NOT take it back to the seller but to contact Coleman with any warranty issues, but my first stop will be Dick's. If they offer to replace it with another of the same tent, that is fine. I guess nothing will ever meet my Tent Mahal standard anyway and they don't make that tent any longer. July 2, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Scoutmom Roomy but got wet Two night camping trip in heavy rain. There was some water that got in both sides. I had sprayed the waterproofing on the tent so I was surprised at the water. We also put a 12x12 canopy over the tent because the rain was so intense and the sides did stick out. Lots of space. We had two cots and an kids air mattress and had plenty of space. I did return it because we camp with our scout troop and need something more waterproof. June 28, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by ronmindful Finally, a tent to enjoy when inside. We love Coleman tents, and recently upgraded from the Evanston Screened in porch 4 person model to the very roomy and airy River Gorge 8 for use on an extended car camping trip with our dog. She loves it too, because she is right there with us. The zippered windows and doors work fine, and work best by first stretching out, and staking down the floor corners before setting up the poles. . This helps in keeping the door taught and avoids problems. June 8, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Mel4 Don't buy This tent! We bought this tent because Coleman has been a good brand to buy and we got a great deal. On the plus side it is very roomy. Our first time putting it up was challenging. It's kind of an odd shape and it's hard to get it even. Then it rained and it leaked terribly. We had puddles everywhere. The next time using it one of the poles snapped. My family has camped for years so we are used to putting up tents. I don't recommend this one it is definitely poor quality. May 12, 2015